Books tagged: prairie life

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Smoke
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Series: American Frontier--Short Stories by Richard Puz, Story 8. Price: Free! Words: 2,470. Language: English. Published: October 7, 2011. Category: Fiction » Historical » General
Short Story about the American frontier in the 1800s. Prairies are one of God’s greatest gifts, but these can also turn deadly. Pioneers take desperate measures to save everything they have created.
A Difficult Passage
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Price: $4.95 USD. Words: 56,670. Language: English. Published: February 4, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
Life on the Canadian prairies in the 1930s and 40s had special challenges. The Great Depression drove Fred Stone from early retirement back to the farm with his young wife and two sons: Fred Jr. and Stan. Poverty, vicious winds, blistering to frigid temperatures, and dust storms ravaged the prairies. Crops failed. Then came an unpredictable change in circumstances. Things got immeasurably worse!
Prairie Christmas: Short Stories Celebrating America's Pioneer Past
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Price: $4.00 USD. Words: 12,410. Language: English. Published: October 19, 2012. Category: Fiction » Holiday » Christmas
Journey to America's frontier past and join five families as they celebrate the simple joys of Christmas. Penned by award winning screenwriter Robin Bernheim ("Quantum Leap", " The Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder"), these charming stories are perfect for young readers and the young at heart. If you're a fan of "Little House on the Prairie", you'll love these heartwarming tales of times past.
Living in Ashton
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 60,410. Language: English. Published: December 8, 2014. Category: Fiction » Literature » Alternative history
Lost in the immense sweep of the prairie, the people of Ashton live a simpler life. Defined by a main street with a post office and a grocer, a rink and the police station, Ashton is bounded by the dump to the south, where the Frisians live, and to the north farmer Lohmer owns a spread so vast that the town registry has lost count of his holdings, and from the east come the storms.